Noah Haglund

Mill Creek fires city manager after ‘difficult’ months

The council approved a separation agreement Tuesday. Details were not immediately disclosed.

Lynnwood shooting: LSD, Snapchat and a guy with a ‘man bun’

The gunfire two weeks ago, which seriously wounded a teenager, apparently followed a failed drug deal.

ATV routes opened between Sultan and Monroe

The Snohomish County Council expanded a program to allow all-terrain vehicles on some arterials.

There will be no Everett homecoming for the USS Nimitz

The Navy has told a congressman that the aircraft carrier will stay in Bremerton.

Myths were busted when 1,500 equestrians were surveyed

Snohomish County’s Horses Count shows a desire for more trails and camping areas for riders.

Mill Creek council to vote Oct. 2 whether to fire Polizzotto

The city’s attorney forbade elected officicals from saying anything publicly.

No new taxes, no layoffs, play nice — the next county budget

The county executive hopes for smoother deliberations than last year, when the council scrapped his spending plan.

Fireworks in September: Area bans proposed near cities

Snohomish County considers banning fireworks sales and use from some unincorporated areas.

Kayak Point Golf Course to close Oct. 21, but could reopen

Snohomish County hopes to find another contractor after the current one had trouble keeping the course profitable.

Ex-Marysville Little League leader accused of stealing $70K

He admitted taking league funds after running out of money during vacations, court records show.

More parking sought for nearly completed airport terminal

Propeller Airports hopes to expand its Paine Field footprint by more than 40 percent.

In local politics, it’s 2019 already: Sullivan eyes treasurer

The term-limited county councilman files paperwork for a new office as others consider his present post.

Former Snohomish teacher charged with molesting teen boy

The woman was an acquaintance of the boy’s family outside of school.

Haider Ali paints the garage doors of Garden Treasures Nursery & Organic Farm in Arlington on Aug. 7. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

World-famous Pakistani painter brightens Arlington garage

Haider Ali, known for vibrantly decorated trucks and buses, painted farm murals in his signature style.

Haider Ali paints the garage doors of Garden Treasures Nursery & Organic Farm in Arlington on Aug. 7. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Snohomish County tech chief fired after employee complaints

The IT director had been working from home since July, when complaints arose.

County looks to open new roads to all-terrain vehicles

New ATV routes could link Monroe and Sultan, with an aim to boost rural tourism.

After 82 years in office, Sievers family could get new honor

A proposal would honor the longtime Snohomish County treasurer and his late father for their long history of service.

Watch your waste stream: Recyclers get picky about trash

China’s decision to stop accepting some material is causing a shift in the U.S. waste industry.

Labor stoppage ends for some local projects, but not all

Progress slowed on the Everett YMCA construction site, plus some school upgrades and road work.

Lake Serene hiking trail reopening after year-long closure

Federal foresters closed the trail last year as a safety precaution during a timber harvest.